|Int, Mex CH Duc du Creux Thatcher - FR III selectifs, Ch Tr, MRIII, Pistage A and B(tracking), TT, CAC, CACIB, French Beauty rating of 'Excellent', French Import OFA Good, CERF||Atos - FRIII||Ch Tr G’Bibber - BRI, Ring 1/B fin. BM 87'1||Cartouche|
|Pharah de l'Ataman||Loff de l'Ataman|
|Ninon de l'Ataman|
|Ariane du Creux Thatcher||Said de la Noaillerie - FRIII||Ch Tr Judo de la Fecht - FRIII|
|Jade de la Noaillerie|
|Uranie de la Noaillerie||Bicou - PH1|
|Orcia des Sentiers de Lupierre|
|Halley du Chenil Victoire - AHBA HTD-1-S HRD-III ASCA STD-S, STD-C CERF||Hoskan de la Source Bien Aimee - SchIII, fin. WM-BB 96, FRBr, FR Import||Dusty du Clos de Savoie - FRIII Sel.Ring '92 '93 HD A||Atos - FRIII|
|Bea du Creux Thatcher - dam of over 25 FRIII's and multiple Coupe competitors|
|Candy de la Source Bien Aimee||Ch Tr Titus de la Virginie - FR III|
|Rejane du Colombophile|
|Orphelia - Belg. Import||Joe||Unknown (not in DB) -|
|Unknown (not in DB) -|
|Jessy Van De Haantjeshoek||Unknown (not in DB) -|
|Unknown (not in DB) -|
FR Brevet, SchH II, UD, RE, NA
Hips/Elbows xrayed normal
DOB: Oct 22, 1998
Stormy is an AKC registered Belgian Malinois, who is obviously a Terv :-P He had a neglected background, languishing in a kennel with 2 littermates at his breeders until he was almost 8 months old. When I first got him EVERYTHING freaked him out, from a pencil rolling off a desk, to someone wiggling their toes as he walked by the couch. However, over time he has shown that the dog underneath the problems is a solid dog. He still startles at strange things, but he recovers and investigates with just a little prompting, and he now handles normal life without feeling the need to bolt at any little thing. He is very friendly, has HIGH drives and I can do almost anything to him without him objecting For example, when I was tattooing him he shook from the buzz, vibration, etc but he tried very hard to stay still like I asked, and was tattoo'd without a problem. Stormy is currently working in French Ring. He will also add tracking, obedience, and agility to his list of activities, we may even try a little bit of herding.
Update - Stormy earned his Brevet on Dec 2, 2000 under Judge Theo Piekarek from France, with an 86.8/100, second place. The trial was held in a covered horse arena, with lots of neat smells and even a few "treats". Most of the points lost were due to him being curious about his surroundings (extra commands to get his attention), and 5 points were lost to a lack of guard in the defense of handler.
Update - Stormy is now living back east with Bob and Gail Brown and being trained in Sch, agility, obedience and tracking. He has earned his Sch I, some low level agility titles, and competed in some obed fun matches.
Update - Stormy is burning up the competition arena in both obedience and agility, and moving up the ladder earning his Sch and tracking titles in good form.